Three Virtual International Collaboration projects awarded
|Date:||17 November 2021|
We are very pleased to announce that three University of Groningen proposals for setting up Virtual International Collaboration projects were awarded by the Dutch Ministry of Education.
The project proposals were prepared by the applicants, with assistance from ENVOIE, Teaching Academy Groningen and the Legal Department of the University.
Congratulations to the winners!
Faculty of Arts:
European Languages and Cultures: Kulturbrücke Groningen-Oldenburg
Proposal by: Prof Dr Marije Michel and Dr Iryna Menke-Bazhutkina
University Campus Fryslân:
Virtual Reality Collaboration Project UG-University of Warsaw
Proposal by: Dr Matt Coler
University College Groningen:
Creating Health Impacts Across Borders and Disciplines (together University of Florida and Botucatu Medical School, São Paulo)
Proposal by: Dr Ferdinand Lewis and Dr Adriana Mattos Pinto
The awardees will receive 15,000 Euros for developing each project.
Congratulations to the awardees on this great achievement!
The ENVOIE Project team has helped to develop these project proposals and will assist the recipients to implement the online exchange projects during the next 6 months.
Keep an eye on these pages for further updates on these and other projects.
The next round of applications will be in February 2022. For more information on participating, contact us: envoie rug.nl.
This funding is made available through the Ministry as part of a large national initiative to increase the use of Virtual International Collaboration (Virtuele Internationale Samenwerking) as an instrument in internationalisation of Higher Education in the Netherlands. For more information on this initiative, see: OCW Page Virtuele Internationale Samenwerkingsprojecten (information in Dutch only).